- Etiquette for pooing in someone's letter box?
So someone’s probably doing the same to them. Chains are a PITA.Posted 4 years ago
We’ve just sold my late mum’s house without it even going on the open market. They buyer has cash and no chain involved at all – we might have got another £10k from someone but the hassle of a chain and all the potential problems they bring was simply not worth it.wwaswasSubscriber
they can dna dog poo in Naples;
Shampoo? I want to dirty their hall not clean it
having to explain it spoils things but sham means pretend or fake so shampoo might be a bottled poo like substance with no actual dna in it 😳Posted 4 years agoononeorangeSubscriber
Have you considered perhaps an open window instead?
Not much help to be wise after the event I know, but it was for this reason that we didn’t give notice on our rental place until exchange and also managed the Completion Date so it chimed nicely with the rental ending. We thought our vendor was going to pull out right down to the line. She didn’t.Posted 4 years agoSprocketJockeyMember
We had a similar issue when we moved to our current place. We had to go into a holiday let for a couple of weeks and did a 2 stage move – into storage and then out of storage into the new place. It was a pain – I think you should look to recover costs from your vendor who can then pass it down the chain.
Other than that I have no advice to offer other than if you suffer from ‘roids you should avoid letterboxes with spring-loaded flaps at all costs.Posted 4 years agobrassneckSubscriber
TBH, if I was single and only looking out for myself then my stance would be more ballsy. But, having a family means the risks are higher, especially as the house we’re buying ticks a heck of a lot of boxes in a very slow moving market.
Had the same issue, only 5 days, but it effectively rendered us homeless for those 5 days, with only a high probability of getting our new home rather than a guarantee.
In the end I had to eat the costs, and put up with it to make our move happen. If you can work around it , do so and move on – moving is bad enough without adding to your stress worrying about it and getting angry.Posted 4 years ago
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